La regolazione nel settore elettrico: complessità crescente, a vantaggio di chi?
AbstractIncreasing complexity in electricity regulation: who benefits? - After a short description of the evolution of incentive regulation, this paper explores some of the issues arisen with its implementation in the electricity sector both in the UK and Italy. It points out the challenge for a regulator to implement an incentive mechanism under imperfect information, and focuses on some distortions emerged as a result of the design of the incentive scheme itself.
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Volume (Year): 36 (2009)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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